Album Name Travis Meeks : Live Bootleg. Data wpisu 31 Maj 2005. Wydawcy brak wydawcy. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 3. How Do You Know You? 4. Shelf in the Room. 6. Orch of the Medium. 11. Touch, Peel and Stand. Other productions from Days Of The New. The Definitive Collection. Travis Meeks : Live Bootleg.
Travis Meeks's bass growl earned the predictable comparisons to Alice in Chains and Jim Morrison, though the emphasis on acoustic guitars lends a closer affinity with latter-day Pearl Jam. Genre: Rock: Acoustic. Originally hailing from Charlestown, IN, before relocating to Louisville, KY, Days Of The New was signed to a recording deal after just three shows and released their self-titled debut album in June 1997. Three of the band, Travis Meeks (b. 27 April 1979; itarist), Jesse Vest (b. 10 May 1977; bass) and Matt Taul (b. 30 August 1978; drums), previously performed as the Dead Reckoning. When the band revised itself into Days Of The New, guitarist Todd Whitener (b. 25 May 1978; rhythm guitar) rounded out the line-up.
Album · 2005 · 11 Songs. Orch of the Medium (Live). 7. The Down Town (Live).
Days of the New were an American rock band from Charlestown, Indiana, formed in 1995. The band consisted of vocalist/guitarist Travis Meeks and a variety of supporting musicians that briefly included future pop star Nicole Scherzinger. They are best known for the hit singles "Touch, Peel and Stand", "The Down Town", "Shelf in the Room", and "Enemy". Days of the New began as an experimental rock/groove metal trio called Dead Reckoning, with Meeks, Matt Taul, and Jesse Vest
Days of the New. Primary Artist. Composer, Primary Artist.
Meeks claims that after touring for the album, the two grew apart creatively and that despite being an "amazing entertainer," she "didn’t seem to understand music very well. Touring and promotion. In June 1999, the band was tentatively planned to tour in Europe in September before a lengthy US tour in the summer of 2000, but this did not pan out. Meeks debuted his new seven-member band lineup on September 4, 1999 at the Ear Xtacy store in Louisville. Days Of The New Re-Emerges With New Album, Lineup; Old Members Regroup MT. om (June 28, 1999). Retrieved on 12-31-10. Days of the New: The Definitive Collection. Days of the New: Live. Touch, Peel and Stand".
I truly appreciate this. I'm pretty sure that's here on the Days of the New threads at 101. Again, good luck with your project. If you need any more help, I'm a member here and check my mail daily. Todd Whitener just released a solo album. Travis Meeks recently came back to the area. Matt Taul can still be seen from time to time in the surrounding area.
Days of the New (also known as the Green album or Days of the New II) is the second self-titled album of Louisville rock band Days of the New. Released on August 31, 1999, it marks the first album following the break up of the original lineup and the last under Outpost. While not nearly as commercially successful as its 1997 predecessor, Green acquired stronger appreciation by critics and featured two successful singles.
Travis Meeks - Live Bootleg. 11 Touch, Peel and Stand. 06 Orch Of The Medium. 03 How Do You Know You. 04 Shelf In The Room.
Performer:Days Of The New Genre: Rock Title: Travis Meeks: Live Bootleg Released: 2004 Style: Acoustic, Rock & Roll MP3 version ZIP size: 1841 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1700 mb Rating: 4.5 Votes: 452 Other Formats: VOC FLAC AC3 AIFF APE MP1 AU
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